The ukactive conference is set to host a 4-person panel including James Moore, CEO of Coordinate Sport, on the 13th at Guildhall in London this month. The session, chaired by a young person in the community, Rochelle, will look at the impact that opening school facilities outside of term time could have on a child’s wellbeing.
Panellists include Laura Huizenga, the Purpose Brand Director at Nike, working on the ground to align Nike’s marketing campaigns with purposeful action through its brand and grassroots partners. The Strategic Advisor for children and young people for London Sport will also join the panel. Gary Palmer has over 30 years of experience in community sport, education, and physical activity.
The manager of the CRIB program Jamie Histed will also be in attendance. The program he manages is an initiative designed to help young people facing permanent expulsion with a 12-week program. As an educator at Haverstock school, he has extensive experience of the school curriculum and has opened the project to all students at schools in Camden.
CEO of Coordinate Sport, James Moore, joins the panel as a successful business owner in both the technology and activities sector. As host of The Drive Phase podcast, he will gather insights from his fellow panel members on how important opening school spaces can be to improving levels of activity and wellbeing for young people across the country.
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